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Mini Oculus Rift PC - NCase M1

by veystass

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26 Comments

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Details

Date Published

Jan. 30, 2015

Date Built

Jan. 24, 2015

CPU Clock Rate

3.5 GHz

CPU Temperature While Idle

30.0° C

CPU Temperature Under Load

45.0° C

GPU Core Clock Rate

1.165 GHz

GPU Effective Memory Clock Rate

7.01 GHz

GPU Temperature While Idle

35.0° C

GPU Temperature Under Load

60.0° C

Description

Wanting to share my excitement for all the new developments in virtual reality, I decided to build a new mini-pc capable of playing Oculus Rift compatible games and demos while also being small enough to travel with using a Pelican Case.

More comments: http://imgur.com/a/X0GJe

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vikingXcore 4 Builds 2 points 50 months ago

This is great! Cable management was done spectacularly! Very impressed with this build.

kaweisam 1 Build 1 point 50 months ago

Superclean and perfect mitx build.

ButteryTurtle 2 points 50 months ago

May I ask what monitors those are?

Lachlantula 1 Build 1 point 50 months ago

Awesome. Did you consider the Mini ITX GTX 970 from Gigabyte?

Lukaven 1 point 50 months ago

Very nice =), I was wondering do u need any particular parts for the Oculus rift cause am dying to try it out =P.

vincemark 2 Builds 1 point 50 months ago

wow this is a +1 build. i love the small form factor pcs

Mikehandsdown 1 Build 1 point 50 months ago

Great minds think alike. +1

zetanker 4 Builds 1 point 50 months ago

I'm a big fan of this build (:

OresGaming 1 point 50 months ago

Amazing! Do you plan on getting any more SSDs in the future? 128GB doesnt look like it would be enough..

skemble 24 Builds 1 point 50 months ago

This is brilliant. Well done OP!

Smk54 3 Builds 1 point 50 months ago

Really nice build! It is tempting me to do a small build. I have been looking at mini ITX MoBos.

brent_the_rogue 2 Builds 1 point 50 months ago

Brilliant man.

Perfect example as to how a small desktop is a better value then a laptop!

Well, for gaming needs that is.

Then again, always an opinion. :p

weredawg 1 point 50 months ago

Everything about this is fantastic.

Meithen 2 Builds 1 point 50 months ago

Very clean!

rivan1126 1 Build 1 point 50 months ago

+++++++

Bladedrummer 4 Builds 1 point 50 months ago

Very nice! I have a very similar build in my wishlist! It's like you were reading my saved parts lists! :D

nervozer4 4 Builds 1 point 50 months ago

my dreams were crushed after seeing the pricetag of an itx board, sfx psu and the case itself.

harshadb 1 Build 2 points 49 months ago

Get the case for now. Decide later. Also, its possible to do a build with a normal atx psu. And the Asrock z97 itx board is cheaper. :)

harshadb 1 Build 1 point 49 months ago

I like the aesthetics of your build. :) +1 for that. Can you suggest a smaller pelican case I can use? If it is possible at all... Since i don't need the space for a Oculus Rift.

tabascosauz 3 Builds 1 point 49 months ago

A U9S? How lovely! I like your choice of Redux and IPPC fans too. Overall a very well-done, sharp-looking M1 build.

jtrias21 4 Builds 1 point 49 months ago

Looks great, upvoted!

Scottagecheeze 1 point 48 months ago

Nice build, currently building out my M1

jnanof 32 Builds 1 point 47 months ago

I love this build :)

gc_coxen 1 point 45 months ago

Oh man, this is a great looking build. The few I've seen in this case are iffy but this was very clean and well done. Cheers!

GauntletV2 5 Builds 1 point 44 months ago

Quick question, going to build in the ncase, for the nf-f12's on the bottom, are they sp or af?

exzacklyright 3 Builds 1 point 34 months ago

What's the purpose of putting 2 fans behind a rear exhaust/reference GPU? Is to to pull air in or push it out? With a reference GPU would it even matter since it would be rear exhaust?

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